Bravely Default 2 (Nintendo Switch)

Over the past 15 years, RPGs have largely adopted a certain formula, making games like Bravely Default 2 stand out for me who grew up with Final Fantasy and Earthbound. Don’t get me wrong, the hundreds of hours I’ve spent playing The Witcher 3 and Skyrim show that I have no problem with RPGs coming out now. There was something special about Final Fantasy and its work system. I loved the extra ability to have certain characters like powerful magic users or a bulky tank that can also do damage. The setup was great, but if you don’t play your cards right, you’ll probably end up on the Game Over screen quickly,

Bravely Default 2 asks you to make the same choices as your hero and his 3 companions travel the world in search of 4 crystals before the world ends! I know, it’s not exactly groundbreaking in terms of plot. As for the story of Bravely Default 2, it’s basically an extremely contrived role-playing game in which I guessed almost every major event ahead of time. Every turn is remotely noticeable, except for one event that took me somewhat by surprise at the beginning of the game. …. a fucking traitor!

I’ll be honest with you, if you’re not conditioned by what us old-timers call Bravely Default 2, this game might not be for you. Between chapters, you MUST go off the beaten path to find treasures and enemies if you want any chance of beating the final bosses at the end of each dungeon. If you think you’re a little old-fashioned, you’re not… and you will die soon! You know you are on the right track when you enter the dungeon where you are supposed to be, and the enemies flee before you (just like in the earthly realm). While it is good to collect treasures in each area, I would advise you to keep fighting the enemies you see. I made a mistake once when I got cocky and tried to fight one of the bosses, I did it for 6 turns and died. After spending some more time fine-tuning the levels and work, the boss fought much easier.

The job system is one of the features of Bravely Default 2 that I thoroughly enjoyed. At any time you can see the main task in which you level up, as well as the appearance of your character. You can also create a subtask to use all the skills you unlocked in this task. If you’re like me, you’ll probably spend the entire game trying to get your entire team to MASTERIAL levels in every task, but even that isn’t necessary. In general, I would make sure there is a strong magic user, especially to keep the group healthy. A supportive character for fans and debuffs. My last two characters were mostly powerhouses. There were encounters where I had to change things so that everyone only used magic or physical attacks. Fortunately, there are plenty of works out there that perform different types of attacks that essentially bypass the cookie command.

I was impressed with the beauty of the game in the cities and dungeons. I must say, however, that some of the dungeons seemed too large, with little content. Usually you go through a long winding corridor to a treasure chest that contains an item that is just as useless as the potion! In the second chapter, one of the last areas you were in had some great animations of bats flying across the screen, I would love to see more of that.

Despite its flaws, I found Brave Default 2 to be a fantastic nostalgic JRPG from my youth. I don’t know if it plays as well as Super Mario RPG, but the 62 hours I spent with the game were a lot of fun. Don’t fall asleep if you like RPGs, but if you’re not a fan of games that can be grindy, you’re better off staying away.

*This review code was kindly provided by the publisher for review purposes.

Developer:  Claytecworks Ltd Publisher: Nintendo Square EnixRelease date: February 26, 2021 Platforms: Nintendo Switch’s
platform in review: Nintendo Switch

frequently asked questions

Is it possible to switch by default?

He was followed by Brave Second: End Layer in 2016, also on 3DS, and next week the series debuts on Nintendo Switch with Bravely Default II.

Is standard switch 2 exclusive?

Bold revision of Default II: JRPG game exclusive to Nintendo Switch. … A classic mainstream JRPG with an exemplary combat system – maybe not the most original, but still a great presence in the genre.

Do I have to be brave for a second for the standard bravery 2?

For those who are afraid to get into Bravely Default 2 without having played Bravely Default and Bravely Second before, it should be noted that while this latest game is presented as a sequel, the story, events, characters and locations have nothing to do with the first two games.

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